Horse Health Red Cell Pellets

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Horse Health Red Cell Pellets

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Product Summary:

Horse Health Red Cell Pellets
 
Features:
• Supports normal blood cell health, essential for transporting oxygen, maintaining energy, and meeting performance demands
• Helps maintain normal cardiovascular recovery
• Contains 300mg of iron per half-ounce
• Includes B-complex vitamins for immune system support
• Highly palatable yucca-flavored pellets may be fed alone or mixed with feed
 
Size:
4 lb. (64 oz.) (64-128 day supply)
 
Feeding Instructions:
Horses in training: Feed 1 oz. daily by mixing into daily feed ration
Horses not in training: Feed 1/2 oz. daily by mixing into daily feed ration
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Item Number Model Number UPC
E005514 100506701 086621607842

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I've used this product before, love it
Shelby C on Mar 13, 2019
Helps reduce circulatory issues in elderly horse.
Katherine H on Dec 8, 2018
I've used this product before, love it
Shelby C on Mar 13, 2019
My Clydesdale is needs iron. He eats only grass hay and is always slightly anemic. Red Cell keeps him bright eyed and perky.
Teryl L on Dec 10, 2018
Helps reduce circulatory issues in elderly horse.
Katherine H on Dec 8, 2018
My horse was anemic and now he isn't! Great product recommended by my veterinarian. He receives it daily and has been for years
Andrea J on Nov 26, 2018
Vet recommended red cell therapy. Horse is picky, won't eat liquid. Pellets work better.
CHALISSE E on Nov 24, 2018
I've started using this product on a 24 y/o AQHA gelding who I'm trying to put weight on and it's been a very slow process. He's been acting listless. A friend suggested that I add Red Cell to his feed. I had a 1/2 bottle liquid left from a boarder so I thought I would give it a try. It's only been 1 week, so maybe too early to see results? I wanted to order more and found the pelleted form which would be easier to feed. I've got 3 other seniors who might benefit from it too. We shall see!
Karen G on Nov 14, 2018
I have a horse with anemia and must orally dose him....he hates the liquid...I'm hoping this will be more acceptable to him..
G R on Nov 13, 2018
As a supplement for my goats.
STEPHANIE M on Nov 2, 2018
Horse with Heaves... thinking maybe extra iron may help carry more oxygen???
SUSAN D on Oct 9, 2018
My senior horse moves like a slug without it
Cassidy B on Sep 27, 2018
This product has made my lazy horse perk up and want to work!
Betsy D on Sep 19, 2018
A friend recommended this, I have not tried it yet.
dale j on Aug 1, 2018
Rough winter & my horses have lost weight. They need a boost
Toemy C on Jun 20, 2018
My aged gelding suffers from intestinal sarcoids which cause bleeding from time to time and became quite anemic two years ago. My vet recommended Red Cell, but we only had the liquid locally, which he didn't like, so when I found the pellets here, I was pretty happy. He doesn't even notice they are in his feed and in two years we have had no more anemia despite several bouts of rectal bleeding. Great product, easy to feed, and the best pricing I have seen on this product.
Margo P on Apr 19, 2018
Increases my horses oxygentation during performance events
Anna R on Feb 7, 2018
We took in two rescues who were anemic and we preferred the pellets over liquid.
Christina R on Jun 27, 2017
Ithelps my older Icelandic stay perky
Penny on Mar 16, 2017
Have to buy the pellets because he won't touch the liquid!
Denise L on Oct 23, 2016
My horse suffers from anemia of unknown origin. The red cell builder pellets is a very easy way to keep him healthy and vigorous. I have used it for over a year now and my vet has pronounced him ok after his last blood test. He eats it right up when I sprinkle it on his feed, so it's the easiest way to get it to him.
Margo P on Sep 18, 2016
Vet suggested I give this to my 35yr gelding who is slightly anemic.
Kathryn L on Jul 14, 2016
Love this better then liquid
Trieste F on May 13, 2016
For horse improvement in energy
Erica R on May 3, 2016
Recommended by my vet
MERIBETH P on Apr 20, 2016
This really help my horse with anemia. It really helps him perk up.
Grace G on Mar 24, 2016
specific type of need
Barb C on Jan 7, 2016
Dr. recommended for geriatric horse whose red blood cell count was low normal
Peggy C on Dec 12, 2015
Much neater than the liquid and it works.
Sandra L on Oct 28, 2015
My horse contacted West Nile Virus in August 2014. He was the first horse in San Diego county to contract the virus without leaving the state. Our vet put him on the red cell
to boost his iron deficiency and anemia. He has survived the virus, thank God.
Leslie K on Oct 2, 2015
easy to feed - good for older horse
Linda T on Jul 6, 2015
My horse needs red cell, but doesn't like the liquid version
Cathy S on May 9, 2015
A friend told me to give it to my horse to help him gain weight
Brittney A on Apr 9, 2015
18 YEAR OLD BARREL/POLE BENDING MARE NEEDS A LITTLE EXTRA UMMPH-RECOMMENDED BY FARRIER.
Pam H on Aug 29, 2014
I have a horse that suffered from low iron. I use this to help maintain his levels.
Crystal R on Jun 2, 2014
inexpensive but very effective vitamin, fabulous price
Kate S on Apr 17, 2014
My vet recommended I put my Belgian on this due to him being anemic. The pellets are eaten along wiht his grain with no problem.
Karen F on Mar 29, 2014
product works
Cindy P on Feb 9, 2014
I chose this because of the pelleted form. I've been using the liquid Red Cell for years but had to stop because it became problematic for the barn staff to administer it with the daily supplements. With the pelleted form, it can now be included in the daily supplement again.

I am disappointed in the higher cost of the pelleted form of Red Cell compared to the cost of the liquid Red Cell.
Anne M on Jan 20, 2014
It was recommended by my vet to help my horse recover from a summer sore. It did help and my horse is doing well!
Mary B on Dec 15, 2013
My Clydesdale is needs iron. He eats only grass hay and is always slightly anemic. Red Cell keeps him bright eyed and perky.
Teryl L on Dec 10, 2018
My horse was anemic and now he isn't! Great product recommended by my veterinarian. He receives it daily and has been for years
Andrea J on Nov 26, 2018
We use liquid red cell for our goats. Will these red cell pellets work just as well for them?
Missy on Oct 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes. They are easier to measure and feed than liquid.
How many servings of red cell pellets are in 4.5 lbs?
A shopper on Jun 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Size:
4 lb. (64 oz.) (64-128 day supply)
Does the enclosed scoop hold 1/2 ounce or 1 ounce?, I can't find answer on Product Label...
Kylie L on Mar 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Enclosed scoop holds 1/2 oz.
Can this be used on dairy cows? And dairy sheep?
Apfelfarms on Oct 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I am currently using Red Cell Pellets for horses. However, in an effort to help you out, I did a quick Google search for cow use. Alas, I could not find any articles or forum discussions where anyone had actually tried using this product on cows .

A few people have posted good results for goats.

Since this is an off-label use of the product, your safest bet is to contact the manufacturer, Horse Health. Even though horses, cows and goats are all ruminants, their digestive systems are sufficiently different for it to be worth taking the extra precaution.
Do they have this for dogs?
A shopper on Jul 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Sure do! It is item BWL05QT on our sister site, www.dog.com
Has anyone used the pellet form on fighting cocks?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2017